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We were required to name the places and name the prophet, king, or judge associated with it, including dates and the significance of the associated events.
Old Testament Speaks – 5th edition: A Complete Survey of Old Testament Histo
Schultz was very old school: Shane Hill rated it really liked it Apr 20, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Mark rated it liked it Feb 04, David Jordan samul it it was amazing Jan 06, Belinda Hannah rated it it was amazing Apr 03, The Old Testament Speaks examines th Here is a freshly updated edition of one of j.schhltz most popular introductions to the history and literature of the Old Testament.
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Ken Christianson rated it really liked it Dec 07, Abdie rated antlguo liked it Aug 24, Lists with This Book. I therefore have difficulty separating the book from the class This was my text in a graduate seminary class in the Old Testament which was especially good because my professor was the very same Samuel Schultz.
Books by Samuel J.schhltz. Our only other text was the Bible which we read very carefully. However, when the evidence is not definitive, he exercises caution, presenting his own interpretation as only one of several possible views. Trivia About Old Testament Spe Schultz also appraises the impact of recent archaeological and historical findings on the understanding of key portions of the Old Testament.
Tamara Liscia rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Want to Read saving…. However, one misses the completeness and attention to detail of the author if one does not stop at each reference and read the accompanying passages for amplification and explication.
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There are countless texts that provide overviews of the Old Testament. Concerning the book alone, I am tempted to say that it serves the purpose of being a survey or overview of the Old testament well. Ben Robin rated it it was ok Jan 26, One did not argue when he was firm on an issue. To ask other readers questions about Old Testament Speaks – 5th editionplease sign up.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. The Old Testament Speaks offers a clear picture of the archaeological, geographical, historical, and linguistic dimensions of God’s covenant with his people from the time of Abraham to the coming of the Messiah. Gloria Small rated it it was amazing Feb 13, Refresh and try again. Schultz provides outlines that reflect the historical background and summarize the contents of each biblical book, as well as charts and maps to help visualize the biblical narrative.
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I secretly renamed it “The Book of Chaos,” and I am not far from complete accuracy in saying this because of its diversity as well as its details. Schultz sifts the facts and follows them to their inevitable conclusions.
We would often attempt to catch him on a double or vague meaning of a certain passage and he would explain the various meanings followed, j.zchultz, by what he said was the correct one in a particular case.
Hardcoverpages. It is sometimes difficult to recall that we read the entire OT in one semester. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He has also revised and updated the biblio-graphies at the end of each chapter. Recommended for students and readers interested in understanding the OT. The Old Testament Speaks examines the historical and religious life of the Hebrews, integrates the development of non-hebraic cultures with conventional biblical history, and reviews the best modern scholarly research in placing the Scriptures in their Near Eastern setting.
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